Authors Posts by Owei Lakemfa

Owei Lakemfa

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Hurricane Maria made a landfall on the Caribbean Tuesday, last week; tearing homes and towns, leaving so massive destruction, that humanity is still trying...

On a visit to Windhoek, Namibia in 2013, I took a taxi to the city centre. I indicated to the driver the building I...

In April 2012 when I was Acting General Secretary of the Nigeria Labour Congress, then Congress President, Abdulwaheed Omar walked into my office to...

Nineteen journalists were detained by the military following the April 22, 1990 attempted coup. It was a season of bloodbath and a number of...

When God created the world, according to the Bible, it was dark. God said, ‘Let there be light, and there was light’. The probable exception...

After another round of shedding the blood of fellow Africans in the streets of South Africa, Nigerian officials met their South African counterparts this...

Nigerians are used to being treated like orphans. They have a long history of neglect, abandonment and being despised. This is so much that...

Turmoil. That is South Africa’s state of mind. The manifestation of this is violence at all levels; from the streets and campuses, through xenophobic...

There is a lot of heat in the country. Nigerians debate anything and everything. The views are varied and can differ so much that...

Never have I come across an institution that has fought so hard to be born, like the Nigerian Maritime University, Okerenkoko. It was conceived...
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